The victim of a hit-and-run, who is expected to have one of his legs amputated, received a call from a stranger who admitted to being the driver. This was more than likely to relieve his own guilt for leaving the scene than anything else.
He apologized for leaving him on the road with critical injuries.
Paul Adams, 34, was hit by a car in Vancouver, Washington, on Feb. 19, and left with serious injuries to his legs, back and ribs. The driver fled the scene, and no arrest has been made in the case, KATU reports.
A passerby found Adams by the side of the road after the crash, according to KOIN. The victim was rushed to a hospital to treat his injuries. Shortly after the incident, Adams’ mother, Nancy Peterson…